Muncie Community Schools provides special education services for students with disabilities, ages 3 through 22 who meet eligibility criteria. Students are determined eligible for special education supports and services through a multidisciplinary evaluation and case conference process utilizing criteria established in Article 7.
Working closely with families, teachers and administration, the district is committed to educating students in their least restrictive environment. Most students can be educated in their neighborhood school, however, a full continuum of services is offered to meet the diverse needs of our students.
Procedural Safeguards and Parent Rights
Indiana Department of Education Notice of Procedural Safeguards and Parent Rights in Special Education (including Annual Notice for Medicaid Consent) effective July 1, 2013:
Indiana Parent Survey
The Indiana Department of Education - Office of Special Education (IDOE) is asking for your help with an important survey to learn more about how Indiana families feel about the special education services their schools provide. The survey is easy to complete and asks you to rate various items regarding your experience in working with school staff and about the special education services your child has received. All survey responses are confidential, and no individual information is disclosed. (Click here to take the survey.)